image © London Metropolitan Archives (City of London) | Licence: All Rights Reserved
image © London Metropolitan Archives (City of London) | Licence: All Rights Reserved

Crooked Lane

1830

George Scharf, the elder

From the collection

Title

Crooked Lane

Date

1830

Description

View of Crooked Lane, St Michael Crooked Lane and Monument during the alteration work for the new London Bridge. Also showing shopfronts and shoppers including Willett gun flint manufacturer, T. Carr brush maker, C. Hodges book warehouse and Bowler greengrocer.
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Location

Fish St Hill, London, England

Country

Continent

Location Accuracy

Pinpoint

Tww Comment

St Michael, Crooked Lane was demolished in 1831 in order for wider approaches to be built for the new London Bridge.

Credits

Image Credit

image © London Metropolitan Archives (City of London)

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